UNESCO MIL CLICKS is FUN!
YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO JOIN THE MIL CLICKS INITIATIVE
GET TO KNOW AND BE PART OF MIL CLICKS...
MIL CLICKS is a fun, creative, and controlled way to use social media in information and learning environments to increase peoples understanding of Media and Information Literacy (MIL).
ACURIL, #21 GAPMIL PARTNER, INVITES YOU
the MIL CLICKS initiative, to share
with your colleagues and TO network.
the MIL CLICKS video to learn more, https://youtu.be/7JyoihAuuKg
MIL CLICKS channels and content
as well as helping by encouraging your networks/partners to do the same.
The links to the 3 social media platforms are as follows:
THE MIL CLICKS SPACE
UNESCO invites you to label your online/offline space as a “MIL CLICKS Space” by displaying the MIL CLICKS Space logo on your website/mobile application, in your classroom/meeting room/office, or in other forms of spaces. In so doing, you agree to:
- Promote Media and Information Literacy (MIL) in your space
- In addition to make your space a space for: critical thinking & creativity, literacy, intercultural dialogue, citizenship, knowledge and sustainability (CLICKS);
UNESCO MIL DIGITAL TOOLKIT - English - Español -Francais
Media and Information Literacy Massive Online Open Course (MIL MOOC)
e - LAB COURSES http://elab.lms.athabascau.ca/
Media Information Literacy for Teachers
Francais : http://unesco.mil-for-teachers.unaoc.org/?lang=fr
JOIN THE GLOBAL MEDIA AND INFORMATION LITERACY WEEK 2017: 25 OCTOBER-1 NOVEMBER -- GET INVOLVED!
Media and Information Literacy in Critical Times: Re-imagining Ways of Learning and Information Environments
The annual Global MIL Week activities and the feature conference are important opportunities for stakeholders globally to celebrate the progress achieved towards the process of "MIL for all". Global MIL Week also enables connections and sharing of creative projects, the latest research, new ideas, and information across countries and stakeholders involved in MIL, and in print, screen-based and digital media.
RETRIEVED FROM: http://en.unesco.org/global-mil-week-2017